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Dia de los Muertos Vignette in San Antonio

Here's a post from CasaSugar Community member Gonzalei from the Lovely Little Vignettes group:

I create one every year, not just for myself, but to educate friends who come to my annual party (hence, the Day of the Dead book). This year, I found a vintage oil can carrier that, luckily, works well to hold 14 individual glass soda bottles. I used empty bottles of a popular Mexican sparkling water to display roses on my Dia de Los Muertos altar.

Have you been busy decorating? Be sure to post a photo and details about your arrangements in the Lovely Little Vignettes group! Plus, if you submit a vignette by Nov. 5, you'll be entered to win a Canon Digital Rebel SLR XSi camera!

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AmberHoney AmberHoney 6 years
Thanks for the info, it's greatly appreciated!
bunnyhorse bunnyhorse 6 years
I love this! It's great how you repurposed the oil can carrier, and I like how you're educating whilst celebrating. Go you!
Gonzalei Gonzalei 6 years
I found the wire carrier on Ebay...lots available, all different styles! Originally, I had thought to use this to house all sorts of sproutlings-- but it works as a flower display too. Good luck!
AmberHoney AmberHoney 6 years
This is adorable! Now I'm on a hunt for that oil can carrier. I have some Mexican Coke bottles that would look great in this arrangement. The plates are pretty rocking also!
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